The Dover Rising Waters initiative is a group of volunteer citizens working to implement climate actions identified in the City's Master Plan. Its first undertaking, the High Water Mark Project, seeks to engage community members in proposing and implementing public art projects that convey future flood risks as sea levels rise and extreme precipitation events become more frequent and intense. The goal of the project will be visualized through public art projects in Dover that spark community conversations about the impacts of flooding and rising sea levels.
The first round of the High Water Mark Project focuses on youth art in the form of a public contest. Contest submissions are due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. Submission materials and rules can be found online at bit.ly/2LOyToI. At least one winning project proposal will be selected, and the artist will win a cash prize.
Following the winning selection, the High Water Mark Project team will seek funding for implementation of the designs and collaborate with the winning artist to implement and publicize the project.
For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2LOyToI or contact Kyle Pimental at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 603-994-3500.
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
150 Wakefield Street, Suite 12
Rochester, New Hampshire 03867
Tel: (603) 994-3500 Fax: (603)994-3504